The market for automotive software and for electrical and electronic components is expected to grow strongly in the next decade. Autonomous driving, connected vehicles, the electrification of the powertrain, and shared mobility are mutually reinforcing developments in the automotive sector.
Companies must navigate issues around strategy and technology, processes, and organization to keep up as software and electrical/electronic architecture grow more important to mobility. Automotive OEMs face several challenges associated with software, from building a profoundly different electrical/electronic (E/E) architecture to adopting the processes and best practices to support efficient software development
Dr.-Ing. Christoph Peters, Steffen Braun, Tobias Broß, Robert Bosch GmbH
Automotive industry is facing radical changes. Electrification, autonomous driving and connectivity entail an increase of complexity in powertrain systems. The number of variants increase due to a broad set of E/E architectures. A trend towards vehicle computers and cross-domain controllers is evident.
Dr Raphael Grech, Spirent Communications
In a connected world, reliance of accurate positioning and environmental awareness is becoming increasingly important.
Dr.-Ing. Daniel Kästner, AbsInt Angewandte Informatik GmbH, gives an overview of static analysis applied to safety and security properties and discusses practical experience.
As the car continues its transition from a hardware-driven machine to a software-driven electronics device, the auto industry’s competitive rules are being rewritten. Moreover the snowballing complexity is causing significant software-related quality issues, as evidenced by millions of recent vehicle recalls.